Why we shouldn’t be surprised about the new gender gap in ads

The first thing to say about advertising is that it’s a completely different business than any other.

The main difference is that advertisers are free to do as they please with their adverts, regardless of gender.

So, for example, if you are advertising a shampoo, you can just as easily advertise a “moisturiser”, or “hair care product”.

There are plenty of other ways to advertise, of course, and advertising can take many forms, from direct mail to billboards to TV ads to internet video.

The difference between the two, though, is that advertising in the US is regulated by the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC), which has strict rules for how advertisers can advertise.

For example, you cannot use gender as a reason to exclude ads from your advertising, and you cannot hide your gender in your ad.

Advertising in Canada has been regulated by CBC Canada, which has more strict rules.

Advertising is regulated in many other countries, too, and these vary, depending on how the market is structured.

For the most part, the regulations around advertising in Canada are very similar to those in the States, but there are some important differences.

The first is that Canadian regulators are generally more open to advertisers than the US ones.

This is because Canada is a country that is quite tolerant of free speech, and it’s often easier to promote your ideas and ideas to Canadians than Americans are.

But this is not the case in the USA, where, unlike in Canada, there is a lot of regulatory oversight of how you advertise, and where the rules are often very strict.

Another important difference is the way the advertising industry is structured in Canada.

In the US, the industry has been structured so that advertising is mostly controlled by the big three advertising companies, AT&T, Comcast and Verizon, with a couple of smaller players, like Sinclair Broadcast Group, that also get their advertising from AT&S.

The American advertising industry has also had its own form of regulation for some time, and its influence is clear in the way that American advertising is regulated, and how it is controlled.

The most important thing about Canadian advertising is its transparency.

Advertising, as it happens, is a huge source of revenue for the Canadian government, which is why the government has an obligation to ensure that it is transparent about how it operates, and to hold the companies accountable if they don’t do their jobs.

Canada is also one of the few countries that allow independent companies to operate in the advertising market, as well as some smaller media.

There is no requirement that they get permission from any government, and they are allowed to operate on their own terms.

These are two things that are very different in the United States, where the advertising system is regulated heavily by the FCC, and there are restrictions on who can and cannot advertise on television and radio, for instance.

But in Canada there is very little regulation of advertising in general.

For that reason, the way advertising is structured here is also very different.

Advertising rules for Canada In the United Kingdom, there are different rules for advertising, depending where you live.

In England, advertising is completely regulated by Parliament, which includes a number of important laws, including the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA).

In Scotland, there’s a separate Scottish Parliament, called the Scottish Advertising Standards Commission (SASC).

The Scottish Parliament is governed by a number or committees, which are chaired by a commissioner.

These committees have a wide range of responsibilities, including overseeing advertising, the advertising practices of individual companies, and the regulation of individual markets.

In Canada, the legislation in Canada is pretty much the same as in the UK, except that the regulations for advertising are more specific.

Advertising regulations in Canada aren’t as strict as the UKs, but they’re not as comprehensive either.

For one thing, the rules around advertising are very specific, and don’t apply to all kinds of advertising.

For instance, you need to prove that the advertisement is not misleading, which can mean having to provide evidence that the advertising does not contain misleading information.

The rules also aren’t very specific about what types of ads are allowed, and who can advertise on TV or radio.

That’s because advertising is only allowed in certain places and on certain channels, and because the rules vary depending on where you are and how you operate.

The regulations are pretty much as follows: For the ads that you have to show in public places, you’re allowed to do it in public.

For those ads that are supposed to be broadcast on radio, you have the right to do them on radio.

For advertisements that are broadcast in certain areas of the city or town, you don’t have to have an agreement with the broadcaster, but you can have an advertising agreement with your local station.

For ads that have to be posted on a billboard, you also have the rights to do that.

You can do it with a sign or a poster or even on the street, but it has to

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